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drone program is this man, john brennan, a senior official at the cia and head of the national counterterrorism center during the bush presidency. reportedly, barack obama considered offering him the top job at the cia in 2008, but public opposition caused brennan to withdraw from consideration. obama kept brennan on as an adviser, and last year, when brennan became the first official to formally acknowledge that the drone program even existed, he again encountered protests. >> how many people are you willing to sacrifice? why are you lying to the american people and not saying how many innocents have been killed? >> thank you ma'am for expressing your views. we will have time for questions following the presentation. >> i speak out on behalf of tariq aziz. a 16-year-old in pakistan who was killed because he wanted to document the drone strikes. >> now, despite brennan's past notoriety, obama officially has nominated him to head the cia. this time, there's been little criticism of the decision. so, we'll watch brennan's upcoming confirmation hearings to see if any congressional
mendigo . >>> y el se neiva hablar pero no con el entonces agente de la cia. >> > y el me dijo que a el no se le interroga. >> > y usted estado así porque creen en sus idelaes y el sabia que el tenia sus últimos minutos de vida. >> > y entonces cambio la exresion que la señora se case otra vez y sea feliz. >> > y después lo mato un sargento boliviano . >>> era al rededro delas 1 de la atrd ey a las 1 y 10 hubo una rafaga y el cadaver estaba vboca arriba y llena de sangre la cara y después pensé que el recivbio la bendición de el . >> > y más tarde le diremos la media naranja es muy importante para el corazón. > para esté fin de semana . el matrimonio reduce el riesgo de un ataque al corazón, una investigación dijo que los que no estaban casados tenían más posibilidad ya que no pueden sdesahogarse y no reducen el estres. > >> y un atacante sicida había una bomba lo que ue provocó la muerte de un guardia turco y estados unidos pidió a los ciudadanos y en septimbre pasado estaba con funcionarios más . >>> y vamos a ver el clima. >> > muchas gracias buenas tardes y lle
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and cia. in washington, jennifer davis, fox news i. >>> for the first time the government is having a standard for high school lunches. making sure it is healthier so there is a guideline for fat, sugar and sodium levels, applying to srepding machines as well. sanfrancisco schools began the healthier food program last month. >>> today marks the 10th anniversary of the explosion shuttle "columbia." [music] >> hundreds tpwagtered to mark the somber anniversary. nasa officials and family members attended the ceremony. it exploded over johnson space senter in texas following a 16- day mission. all seven crew members died that day. it was blamed on a piece of foam that fell from the tank during the launch opening a hole in the wing. >>> for the first time apple is now number one for wireless sales here in the u.s. they estimate apple sold nearly 18 million iphones in 2012, fueled by the popular iphone 5. samsung sold 17 million phones. >>> today, twitter said that a quarter million users have is had their data hacked. the site says attackers may of used names, e-mails, pass words for 250
myself that thought. [laughter] >> the discussion on the cia post a use of interrogation techniques in the search for osama bin laden tonight at 8:00 eastern here on c-span. but on monday president obama travels to indianapolis about reducing gun violence. he will discuss additional steps that can be taken at the federal level. we will have coverage of this online. today the white house released a photo of press but i can david in august last year in an interview. he said he had fired guns and that she goes as the shooting of the time with the guests visiting camp david. he also said gun-control advocates should be better listeners in the debate or firearms and that he has "a deep respect for the tradition of hunting in this country." you're able to see the fertility rates declining. we are right around the rate. we have the only major influence in this country's history. this is the term that hit us. it really was a remarkable moment. hi. not only did that jump up and stay for an entire generation. this moment that inches. we saw not a gradual rate dropping off a cliff. >> he laugh
leaving the cia, made a bunch of blunders of this kind. >> here is what is ahead for the next defense secretary. sequestration, the winding down of afghanistan, the bombing of targets in syria to keep the missiles out of hezbollah. al qaeda everywhere, china growing military might. north korea talking about another test targeting the united states. why didn't they get into that stuff? >> it is up to the members to do it. they did not get to it because it was not their objective. the objective, on one side, was to make sure the president's nominee gets through. on the other side, everything they could do to damage him. that is what was at play. it was not a good display of congressional, senate oversight. >> he voted against designating the revolutionary guard in iran as a terrorist organization. it is badgering to ask the guy to answer that? >> he cited the fact that the senator from virginia, jim webb took that same position, argued it persuasively, and then -- and dick lugar, joe biden, and right through john kerry, the secretary of state. this.be very blunt about barack obama had t
estaban relacionados con el tráfico de drogas y con la cia y también en un gran número de atrocidades. mataron a muchos inocentes en nicaragua. me quitaron mi sueño. yo creía fuertemente que si arriesgaba mi vida haría la diferencia, claramente eso no era lo que sucedería. me di cuenta que nosotros éramos los malos. américa es más adicta al dinero que a las drogas. (terry nelson) todo se trata de dinero, queremos que la guerra continúe porque beneficia a alguien. (mujer) la oficina de las naciones unidas contra ldroga y el delito estimó que el detalle del mercado de drogas ilícito mundial está avaluado en 322,000 millones de dólares eso es más que el producto interno bruto del 88% de los países del mundo. información, información sólo se trata de eso esa es la herramienta que debemos utilizar si queremos causar un impacto a la organización del mal más grande del mundo. (norm stamper) cualquier droga está disponible, en especial para los más jóvenes. si regulamos las drogas, controlaríamos su distribución, sus costos, su calidad. la idea es
the question and answer a quick >> to question his intelligence in the pit and the cia and will it be more state-based rather than looking at nonstate actors and that sort of thing. i have heard that much about it. in general we are state-based now. the question is every state-based enough? anymore in this -- an enormous amount of territory to cover. you've got north korea. you've got the strategic waterways such as the malacca strait. you've got the south and east china seas and then you getting territory towards qualm, our territory. in recent years there's been expansion in the indian ocean. we at diego and that's really about it. we aren't using a lot of the means that we need out there such as autonomous vehicles to do high-level surveillance. mid-level surveillance without a fire scouts and other things out there in the numbers we need. but we haven't done is pushed our allies and that's one of the things we should do is pushed. come to south korea and others to begin sharing amongst themselves. there is a bank whether or not it's true, but it certainly seems to be at least a valuabl
-- let me tell you a sentence i never heard as the director of the nsa or cia -- this is bad, but we can make this work. i could document a lot of conversations that were way on the other side. i think it might be part of the national consciousness, a moral struggle for some citizens or certain part of the national political culture that they are now trying to deal with not that we did it, but they did not mind it. they did not mind it at the time. or they did not mind it strong enough to say that's not overreact, let's be really careful. let me give you the intelligence officers on that, and i will tell you this is winding before i do it. we're off took off and put into a situation where we are accused of not doing enough to help people who are in danger. and as soon as we have made people feel safe again, we are accused of doing too much. i realize that is winding and not everybody will share that, but every now and again, and a self pity moment, i'll allow myself that thought. [laughter] >> a discussion on the cia use of enhanced interrogation techniques and the search for osama bin l
. >> it was amazing. >> he should be in the cia. and i mean the culinary institute of america. excellent cook. i can't believe i remembered the name of that. >> it was spooky good. >> thank you. spooky good was my nickname at the halloween festival. jedediah, you call and pretend you are owe o'reilly. how do you rate this? >> i would use a little more helium. that's what i do. this was so good it gave me chills. it is creepy. i think this guy should find a career in entertainment and do something. it is that -- it is the kind of thing where you listen and they sound exactly alike. i don't know who was questioning. >> but does anybody get the manti story? for two years he was hoaxed? >> i was dating a squirrel. >> my wife is a hoax. >> 50 seconds. >> i was impressed too. i hadn't heard it. >> he is the michael winslow of sexually confused saw mow cans. >> have i to say that i don't -- i have to say that i don't understand what happens with this guy. but apparently -- it wasn't a tbirl. it was a guy that was leaving messages. >> it was the usual suspect. >> we have to take a break. buy "joy of hate" b
by national captioning institute] >> cia officials discuss enhanced stagnation results. here's a portion of that discussion. >> she said she opposes the program. she and knowledge is the effectiveness which i think is a valid position. if played a role. we should not have done it. why are people so obsess with trying to disprove the obvious? >> i am pointing to the broader american public. and talking about the national psyche of anybody in or out of office. let me tell you a sentence i never heard. the other side. it might be as part of a national consciousness a moral struggle for some and our citizenry or national political culture that they are tr
was leaving libya for turkey. and so the ambassador had to be killed to cover that up? maybe? because cia helicopters, boats, ghosts, i don't know. rand paul talked than theory that he has cooked up. he talked about that theory after that hearing to who else, but the website "world net daily." rand did an interview with "world net daily" and told them he doesn't have any proof about this theory that guns are being smuggled out of libya into turkey, and that somehow explains what was going on there. but he wanted to enter that conspiracy theory into the congressional record anyway. "world net daily" is where united states senator rand paul went to go talk about his conspiracy secret boat theory about benghazi after the hearing. just for the record, this is the "world net daily" front page. see what the halo is? this is their current issue. inside you can read an article titled "obama's muslim childhood" by daniel pipes in which the renowned islam expert presents overwhelming evidence that the president of the united states who claimed before the election he was never a muslim was in fact b
serves on the cia advisory board, also with us, bob baer. fran, you have new information about the attack. what is it? >> what we know, anderson, is the attack happened on an outer perimeter check point. what we have now learns from law enforcement officials and sources working the investigation is this outer check point happened to be a walkway for embassy employees and their guests. that now makes more sense, anderson. the ambassador acknowledged the woman who has been injured, a journalist who was a friend of his, was coming to meet him for tea. law enforcement officials say this female entered the perimeter check point, and the man, the suicide bomber comes in behind her and that's when he detonates his device. he was carrying a bag, a law enforcement official said. they're still trying to determine whether or not the device was on him or in that bag, but that's when it was detonated. this is an individual, by the way, anderson, who was known to foreign and u.s. intelligence officials for his affil jaiatio with this marxest group. >> there's often kind of a gate house that is manned b
force and the cia, and he was sent to the philippines in the late 1940s when they were facing rebellion, one of the major communist uprisings of the postworld war ii period. and what he did was he didn't send an army to back them up, he simply drove out into the boob docks to -- boondocks to get to know the people in the embassy. he went out there to figure out what was really going on, and the most important thing that he did was he identified a great leader who could lead the philippines out of this morass are some support. and that was ramon -- [inaudible] who was a, just a filipino senator when he encountered him. lansdale pushed to make him the first defense minister and then the president. and he was this great leader who rooted out a lot of the corruption which was causing people to turn away from the philippine government. he ended the brutality on the part of the filipino army which was causing villagers to flee into the hands of the hucks. he established clean elections, and he basically took away all of the ideological appeal that the hucks could possibly have. this was an in
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